Try the three step base routine with Diorskin Forever
In our hot and humid weather, it's often a case of (wo)man versus makeup. But most of the makeup artists we've spoken to, say the key to a fresh complexion is using the tried-and-tested combination of base, long-wearing foundation and setting powder. Diorskin's new trio is designed to work in tandem for a truly flawless visage.
A good base like the Diorskin Forever & Ever Wear SPF20/PA++ will not only help hold the makeup, but coat skin in a soft focus veil, while diminishing the look of pores and imperfections. If you're afraid of it feeling too heavy on skin, apply it only in the areas you need extra help, like the T-zone and the sides of the nose.
From our experience, nothing beats the coverage and flawless glow that a liquid foundation gives. The new Diorskin Forever Perfect Makeup Fluide is designed to be used with a backstage blender for a seamless, smooth finish — a great tool for those who don't know how to blend liquid or use brushes. Best of all, the velvety formula mattifies the skin, so your makeup stays fresh throughout the day.
TRANSLUCENT SETTING POWDER
The humble translucent setting powder is having a heydey on vlogs and Instagram, because it is generously used in new trends like baking. But even with the simplest of makeup applications, a light dusting of a feather-light powder will imbue skin with that soft focus glow. Concentrate again on the T-zone and any areas that tend to get shiny or slick-looking as the day passes. The Diorskin Forever & Ever Control Loose Powder has an air-whipped texture and comes with a super soft kabuki brush for an invisible, matte finish.
From $20-$82. At Dior counters and stores
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